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THERE IS A SOLUTION

Big Book Podcast

05:13 min | 3 months ago

THERE IS A SOLUTION

"Welcome back my friends to the big book podcast. My name is Howard. And I'm an alcoholic sober since January nineteen eighty eight one day at a time. In this the Thirty Eighth Episode Chapter Two there is a solution from the second edition of alcoholics anonymous originally published in nineteen fifty, five. There were only a handful of edits to this chapter from the first edition, but one of them is most significant as it referred to a celebrated physician who treated the American businessman Roland H. The second edition named that Docker as the world famous psychoanalyst Dr Carl Young. WHO PRESCRIBED FOR ROLAND? In Zurich, in the Early Nineteen Thirties? As recounted on page twenty, six of the second edition Dr Young told Roland H that his alcoholism was incurable by psychoanalysis, and that the only thing that might help was a spiritual experience. That suggestion along with membership in the Oxford Group lifted rowlands compulsion to drink, and later helped him bring abby t to sobriety. EBI INTERN HELP SOBER UP. Bill Wilson Co founder of a in a nineteen sixty one letter of gratitude to Dr Young Bill acknowledged that Rowland's conversation with Dr Young was the first link in the chain of events that led to the founding of alcoholics anonymous. And Now? From the second edition of the book chapter, Two, there is a solution. We of alcoholics anonymous, no thousands of men and women who were once just as hopeless as bill. Nearly all have recovered. They have solved the drink problem. We are average Americans. All sections of this country and many of its occupations are represented as well as many political, economic, social and religious backgrounds. We are. Who Normally would not mix? But there exists among us a fellowship, a friendliness and an understanding, which is indescribably wonderful. We are like the passengers of a great line. Her the moment after rescued from shipwreck, when Camaraderie Joyous nece and democracy pervade the vessel from steerage to captain's table, unlike the feelings of the ship's passengers, however, our joy in escape from disaster does not subside as we go our individual ways. But feeling of having shared in a common peril is one element in the powerful cement which binds us. But that in itself would never have held us together as we are now joined. The tremendous fact for every one of us is that we discovered a common solution. We have a way out on which we can absolutely agree, and upon which we can join in brotherly and harmonious action. This is the great news. This book carries to those who suffer alcoholism. And illness of this sort, and we have come to believe it. An illness involves those about us in a way, no other human sickness can. If a person has cancer. All are sorry for him, and no one is angry or hurt. But not so with the alcoholic illness for with it there goes annihilation of all the things worthwhile in life it engulfs all whose lives touched the sufferers. It brings misunderstanding fierce resentment, financial insecurity, disgusted friends and employers warped lives a blameless children, sad wives and parents. Anyone can increase the list. We hope this volume will inform and comfort those who are or who may be affected. They are many. Highly. Competent psychiatrists who have dealt with US found it sometimes impossible to persuade an alcoholic to discuss his situation without reserve, strangely enough wives, parents and intimate friends usually find us even more unapproachable, then do the psychiatrist and the doctor, but the X. problem drinker who has found the solution who is properly armed with facts about himself can generally win the entire competence of another alcoholic in a few hours. Until such an understanding is reached, little or nothing can be accomplished. Until such an understanding is reached, little or nothing can be accomplished. That, the man who is making the approach has had the same difficulty that he obviously knows what he is talking about that. His whole deportment shouts at the new prospect that he is a man with a real answer that he has no attitude of holier than thou nothing, whatever except the sincere desire to be helpful, there are no fees to pay no axes to grind no people to please no lectures to be endured. These are the conditions. We found most effective. After such an approach many take up their beds and walk again.

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"carl young" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:00 min | 4 months ago

"carl young" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Today doctor earn is joined by professor Carl young he has got his BA from the university of New Mexico where he studied French and Russian night I guess as the war of eighteen twelve was on his mind he's got a BA as well in classical studies in his doctorate from Duke University which is a degree granting university in North Carolina we are pleased to welcome you Dr young we we get two keys a hard time your work we're kinda tar heels around here yeah I understand that I was a tar heel growing up and by the grace of god do me and I was able to get my PhD there what do Arkansas people think a north Carolinians Dr aren't generally whether they be tar heels or duties well they're like most people they don't know where it is well said after are and what you whatever corresponding this week about this project and I described it as we're trying to figure out how we got here by here I mean may twenty twenty soon to be June twenty twenty how did the batons that were Jerusalem and Athens get past white wire we western and how would you describe that prodigy why even attempt it yeah I want to say about provision first that he is the symbol of Hillsdale college because he's a classical scholar he's a veteran and he's a power lifter like me except for the better part he's a power lifter oh man yeah even the price of the and then football team competition at least for civilians all people exactly yeah give us a little power lifting lingo I actually have no knowledge of power lifting lingo at all powerlifting is a is a is a competition that features three three events the the back squat the bench press and the deadlift in my my one claim to fame in athletics is that I I was the two thousand fourteen North Carolina state champion in powerlifting in all my goodness powerlifting is Valerie I describe my working without a producer doing my daily power lived here at the U. U. it show but now let's get the timber it's not that is pretty impressive actually to be the North Carolina deadlift but if you had to lift weight every day I think I can match it Dr RD tell us about this project why do we care about those but tons and when did they become one well you two things happened in the ancient world and they're different things and yet they have a related effect and they're both like a flash of lightning going off they're so different from everything around it and one of them happened in Jerusalem with the idea of one god for everybody eternal and not just a particular people and that the Jews products that and then Jesus take it further and then in Athens this crazy little guy named Socrates it was you know a very fierce individual truth be told he just started relentlessly asking questions about the good without qualification without are good our laws are people just good what is good what what what is what why do we live the way we live and why is it right and so he introduced more radically than anyone ever had a standard outside our practices by which to judge our practices and that gives rise to first political philosophy in philosophy and those two things together see because they both have this thing they have this universal attitude behind them they look at humanity as the thing is that is a single thing and that this is no joke about that because that you know we still have families and we still have countries of our own and we still live in places in retail have languages but the mental weather is changed by the idea that you have something in common with everybody else that's why the decorous independence is such a powerful thing resonates around the world and so and then the point is that you know the answer we we've that come up it's not apparent that we're following the Hebrew god or the Socratic dialogues in the way we live daily around here for one thing America itself which is the inheritor of this western civilization formed by reason and revelation it's you know it's different than the Asian regime and that means it's not enough it's not enough just to know that argument at the beginning although it helps that we very much think one must begin with that argument because that's where R. that that's where the questions that are most interesting were first asked and answered we we've we began the second time around the track with Moses the profits and the kings and we will come back to Jesus after and next week we will be talking about Socrates but to set up Athens the other baton the second baton reason we've decided to start with Pericles in professor young is that a good or a bad choice well I think that's an excellent choice in you know if you try if you think of David and representing leadership coming from Jerusalem representing leadership founded on revealed with them a faith in god the Pericles I think does represent that other the other pole of leadership founded on reason and and as you know because you read your Plutarch right this is the way Plutarch opened his account of Pericles talking about the fact that Pericles was a man who studied philosophy he was a man who was known to spend all day debating the leading intellectuals of the day like protagonist the you know the lay up and exagrid major pre Socratic philosophers you could spend all day debating with him discussing philosophy in Plano even credit him with places usually a critic of Pericles but pleasant even credited him with using his philosophical studies to help guide his policies and decisions in an S. off of his speeches so Dr young most people would be amused by the correspondence I received from doctor because it's it's always in the same form the first paragraph abuses me the second paragraph educates me in the third paragraph directs me and he directed me that we would be doing Socrates when we got the third paragraph next week but the the thing that I wanted to ask for his edification mine would there have been a Socrates had there not been a Pericles Hey your doctor or nurse review because he you know if the boss goes first then you have to agree with them that's true I think well I think Socrates himself you just know it you know in the discussion of different types of of political regimes in the Republic democracy rates kind of low in the hierarchy to Socrates puts Ford but he does say it has one benefit not use it tolerate many different ways of life and so that means that democracy by and large also tolerates philosophers which other regimes face part of for example may not tolerate that kind of intellectual curiosity so I I think you could see it at some level it it did tolerate figures like Socrates although of course you know in the end they ended up killing him so well that was my argument the doctor and I'll give him the final word on it we have to start with perfectly because he creates the conditions pre season for Socrates in which to engage in philosophy that would otherwise not have been allowed in say the court of Persia or even inspired Dr Arnie at the last minute before the break well Athens was more open this part before Pericles that and but you know it it Carl mentioned that played out was a critic of Pericles and what he could be given about chiefly was it Pericles was a little bit like Cyrus the great in Persia he did so much for the people that he corrupted the morals he he gave me a lot of free stuff he build all of those wonderful buildings in Athens that we still going to city and others that have fallen down with money that he sees.

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PSYCHOLOGY OF A PANDEMIC

THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman

08:43 min | 5 months ago

PSYCHOLOGY OF A PANDEMIC

"This is Alan Lieber Te. When we talk about what's happened we have to start with What we would call the global trauma that happened when the coronavirus started to change our experience in the world and from there we would go to what we call the global shock which was the shock that all of a sudden this is real and this is really happening in our lives are changing and then we moved from there to global grief which was a morning that we couldn't go and do the same things we used to do because we had stay at home stand shelter and all of a sudden thinks it changed and there was an unforeseen Element that was dangerous that we couldn't fight with an army or we couldn't fight in the other ways and so that has led to All of us having different different experience. Some what we're used to and that's called Angst. It's caused anxiety it's caused depression. It's caused a whole slew of different sort of symptoms in reaction to this sort of emotional haze that happens when you're experiencing grief in this sense were exploited experiencing grief and a global way as well because every time we look for answers or push back into the not knowing into the unknown of. What's the next steps are going to be I? I love the idea I mean. I don't love the idea but I'm intrigued by the way of a global trauma that you know. I mean obviously individuals experienced trauma. But this really in at least in my lifetime I mean I guess you could say wars and things like that but this is something. That's you know. Wars are specific to certain countries and certain specific areas. This this really is this. Pandemic has gone over the entire planet. That's right and so a sense. We're looking for solutions. Because we're a solution oriented and very resilient country but in this instance were dealing with something that is Making it more difficult for us to be resilient Because we don't have the ways in which to resolve this Sooner I think that's where a lot of the anger is coming from. A LOT OF THE GRIEF. Also people are really upset. Like what you know. There's we have to do something you know. There's there's a great line. Did you ever see the movie night of the living dead? Yes and the zombies. Come out of the grave and they're attacking this house in. This woman is freaking out in the house. And she says there's gotta be someone we can call it the funniest line in the movie because it was it was just great. And that's what it feels like. Don't you want just go. There's gotta be somebody we can call and I think that that is the element of that disconnect. 'cause there really isn't anyone to call at this point in time and we're watching the news or reading the paper watching the Internet and looking for a semblance of an answer that we can sort of build a framework around to understand and hopefully have some relief emotional relief from this. Some of the people I work with are experiencing nightmares anxiety. Depression of and all those issues along with PTSD and other sorts of psychological aspects are Becoming more pronounced because of this unforeseen issue is changing what they've known and most people what we've known which is you know. Were able to get NARCAN and go places. Visit with people go to places where we normally have our ritual of shopping or going to work and having meaningful relationships around interactions on yes been frustrated with traffic and other sorts of things but at this point in time all of of that stuff is kind of a wash because it's all different. It is really different. Like I haven't hugged anyone other than my wife and my daughter at my house in a couple of months. That's an odd thing and telling. My daughter went for a walk with her yesterday. And I said not only am I. Distancing myself from the other people walking. I don't even want to look in the eye and I noticed that I was looking away. It's like I was embarrassed that I was distancing myself from them like they. They were defective in some way. Because they might have this and I wasn't even sometimes I cannot go hello through my mask and I'm okay but yesterday I just couldn't even look at them beating feel a sort of angst of being home so much and not being able to start to continue in move out that inner resiliency that we have as a country as a population that the United States is embarked on always had. We're not really experienced that so much at this point I was wondering how many people When they're when they're home because your home and you've got a lot of hours in the day to fill in a in. A new way are are are. They becoming more introspective. Is it you know as it forcing people to be alone with their own thoughts which can be like really profound or also really unpleasant not just about the virus but just their own thoughts. It's like what's my life about. I would think you'd see a lot of people start to question. The basic tenants of their entire existence in some way. Because they have the time to do it. I think you're absolutely right because I think that from what I'm hearing people are looking at their lives and they're seeing that they're able to have a light but not necessarily do all the things run around. Do all the things that we used to do. there's a very famous psychiatrist. Psychotherapists Carl Young talked about the transcendent function of the personality. And we're sort of pushed into that place of having transcend our circumstances and we we have to look at it. Behooves us to look at? What are the things that are fulfilling us in the things that are are providing us with a nerd emotional nutrients and how much that will help us dealing with the present circumstances knowing that we just don't know so how do we connect meaning purpose? And what are the things that will help us Get THROUGH. This is really an important issue. It does seem like that. I mean I. I am sort of somebody that is able to spend a lot of time by myself and not feel like. I'm missing out on anything but I know there's quite a few people that don't live that way. Expe- you know it's like well. What distraction am I going to do next and I've got to go here and I'm busy this idea of being busy as an interesting concept because you when you're constantly busy and you've got this thing you know this idea of Maybe I don't even know if it's just accomplishment of just being busy sometimes it's just being busy to be distracted and not be present That it must create a lot of problems for people you know and you then now. You're seeing people protesting they can't they can't they can't they. Can't sit home. They're actually going a little nuts. It's like I you know when I see a sign of somebody. I need a haircut really that bad right. I cut my hair and I did a terrible job so I think you're bringing up a really good point which is after we are going through this global guilt immer also mirroring and having a parallel process with what's happening in the world. What happens is we ended up in this place of Anticipatory Reef and you made have lots of feelings about that with your children. In with your family you can feel lots of different things in terms of what the situation is and then how that gets played out in the family system.

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"carl young" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"carl young" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"It's relationships that will really serve me anymore and in one day you can't just say okay. It's all changed. That's why it's a week long program but that's why we do the hard part at the start and in my book. There's four lessons in the book. In a lesser ones evolved lesson listen to learn threes collaborate for his council and to the first lesson evolve is really in essence saying in order to evolve. You have to edit some things you have to be willing need to let go of some things that are are really meant to they. Carl young two psychologists said long ago. You can't live the afternoon of your life. Based upon the the rules of the morning and this morning is pre pre forty forty five afternoon is maybe forty five to sixty five and then the leave your lady. Yeah I met fifty nine sort of the thing. That's interesting is actually. This is where the midlife marathon the evening of your life. Maybe has just moved from sixty five to seventy five because you're gonNA live ten years longer potentially and if that is true. What do you do with this era of life? Where your your sort of young old you might have been the old young at one place and then at some point it's flips and I'd probably probably flips around forty five or fifty again damn that forty five and fifty? Why isn't there a book that comes out just says? Beware of forty-five speed limit. Forty five. Something something sneaks to like beware. There's there's a I don't know about you because I grew up with the game of life. Remember that board game. Yeah of course negate the game of life you it had it had one past. There was a singular path. And if you get to the end of the game of life you had one path bullshit that is not. It's not how it works anymore. No and yet we sort of have a bunch of people sir living their lives as if they're still on that road map and no-one said slippery when in wet or you know there's a u-turn ahead or whatever well and look I think it's I think it's still a radical idea that you can design in your life that you can make choices and take a set of actions that materially change the outcome of whatever trajectory. Your life is on. Can you can could do that intentionally. Right and then the other thing of course we get to do is sometimes life profoundly only fucking stocks. His something truly horrible happens right and we get tested and then again we have a choice. Who are going to be right? who going to be when it's fucking horrible? And so the interesting thing to me about it. Is I think for a lot of people. It's a radical rely dea that we are more than just a reaction to something coming at us.

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Cynthia Forstmann Shares How Archetypal Storylines Help Leaders

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

03:43 min | 1 year ago

Cynthia Forstmann Shares How Archetypal Storylines Help Leaders

"I had a very formative experience back when I lived in Washington D C of meeting someone who was working working with archetypal storylines I'll tell you more about that in a minute but you know once we latched onto archetypes as a framework more for working with clients around their brand in their marketing programs that was just such a powerful way of helping gene leaders bring their teams together articulate kind of their passion their and even a growth strategy adage so while we came through the door of helping a company building brand once they became familiar with their own archetypal story lines. They kept calling us back. They wanted more. They wanted to you know how do I. How do I train my leaders around these core stories. How do I build out a marketing program. How do they recruit people. Get it that get what is super special about who we are in our story and let's pause before you go any further because it's just just go into a little bit about what is an archetype back just to make sure that we're we're getting everybody on the same page here yeah. It's a great question twenty years ago when we were using the word archetype. I don't think very many people at all new the word. I think it's more common today today. It's more often today but we definitely have people look at us cross-eyed when we came in and said we're GONNA talk about archetypes but archetype comes out of Carl young young in psychology. Many people are familiar with young because of the Myers Briggs assessment tools which are also amount of unions psychology psychology and archetypes are served with we consider them the other half of the young Ian whole they are universal timeless homeless story lines and characters that it considered part of the collective unconscious the idea that we scared as human beings and understanding of these timeless storyline so some of the archetypes you know our stories like hero and Creator and magician and Muehler and no matter his theory was no matter where you were in the world from a time standpoint or a geography standpoint it has human beings we understand kind of the motivations the passions the strengths and the shortcomings of those story lines and so you were bringing Neeson these end to work with these corporate partners and helping them look at their brand helping them work through leadership opportunities and changes changes in strategy and bringing this wonderful ancient stories basically storylines to the table to help facilitate those conversations since that's exactly right and I would say that the power behind the reason it was so powerful is because stories stories are really for human beings. It's how we make sense of the world right. It's how we communicate. It's how we remember things. It's how we carve out. What's what's meaningful in our lives is through stories in so to be able to bring that in you know in an make help organizations uncover. What are those deeper storylines running through our organization in? How do we capitalize on those things to really be authentic in in a brain and in in talking about what what we're all about an an how we get things done

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"carl young" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"carl young" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Absolutely. And Carl young also use limited Jim in Carl young was somebody who dabbled in Majia. And in fact act is imagine nation practices are about getting into little dream states. Getting into hitting to God you or hypoxia and letting whatever comes out of the consciousness, and then using creativity to kind of bring it into the world. A lot of this is about bringing what happens in those little zones out into the waking world, you know, they used to say that old saying, you know, if you got a problem or an issue sleep on it. What is what do they mean by that? Well, exactly what I was talking earlier about dream incubated exactly the idea that there is already the answer. And that you if you let go of your. The, you know, the the waking mind is is is so logical, and is so based on what we can see, and, you know, and touch, and we don't actually have we can't as get touch get in touch with whatever voices. There are inside us in our own unconscious whatever's happening in limited zones, you know, and the places that we can't quite see that logical mind don't quite understand and in these little juice basis as well as any dream spaces. You can get in touch with those kinds of things. And so you bring things to light that normally wouldn't have access to what would you say Jennifer might be one of the great stories about dreams that came your way either in your research or with you personally, anything oh gosh, this many of them. You know, there's a there's talk about people. Who are dying are often hitmen Gajah, my my aunt died year before last and we were very very close. And when she was the last point of her consciousness, so she she was still able to talk, but she wasn't really making any any sense anymore. She was kinda babbling tiff. And since I have spent time talking to people who are in hypnotize states or myself learning to speak to my own magic states recognized that she was actually hitting the Gajic state. And so I was able to kind of communicate with her and follow her dream logic follow where she was going and have a whole other couple two or three weeks where I was able to communicate with her. And I found out later that the hospice in which she was dying in Buffalo, New York. The guy who runs it hospice guy. My name doctor. Dr Christopher Kerr talks about the fact that people who are dying are in hip, Negi states and often gets Medicated because people think it's delusion because people get upset that they're being associated. They're not making sense and a logical waking kind of way and is very moving experience. And you know, in a lot of, you know, the psycho pump the idea that people are Fareed to desk. I did there's a limited zone between you know, waking and sleep is also the limited zone between death and rebirth between the consciousness and the dying process. And there's a lot of these limited zones, and that we're not very practiced at moving in these inbetween spaces and part of what happens in when you're learning to limit dream hitting the Gajah pump me as you start to recognize these inbetween spaces and linger there and. Amazing things happen there. They sure do. Have you looked at share dreams? Two separate people in two separate houses or something dreaming, and they basically share the dream and people who participate in my online Jim community, the owner, not come. Sometimes those keeps people do it for various reasons. But definitely a lot of people are looking to meet each other in the world because most people are participating remotely from around the world. They're trying to kind of find each other. And I've had some amazing stories of people who have met up with each other. And they're like, oh, there's a group of you who are sleeping in that space. Can you know, there's this many men in? There's this many women and you're in a room, that's this color, and people are let people definitely have these experiences where they're they're they're kind of finding each other or looking looking for each other, and and hooking hooking up, and again, I don't really know. Whether that's you know, is it because there is a dream realm that somewhere else a lot of traditional people think..

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"carl young" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

SOBRadio Show

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

"You know, what do you believe about relationships like one of the exercises that I? That I give my clients is an exercise called. What's the downside to marriage? And I asked them to write down all their all the issues with marriage because you don't think you haven't you wanna get married? You wanna have a mate, but you don't know that lurking underneath all of that are all these fears the fear being controlled fear of, you know, having somebody tell you what to do fear of of somebody cheating on you, the fear of all these fears all these downsides the fear of you know, being trapped in a bad situation. It's all these fears so women go into marriage with these fears, and of course, then guess what they manifest they get to. They get to have them in their life. Carl young who Carl young is famous psychologist. He said that which we do not bring to consciousness appears in our life as fate. In very interesting. You know, you say bringing certain beliefs into your into your relationship again going back to my husband. And I when we were dating and I knew he definitely set. I mean, he wanted to marry me for so long, and I sent him will, you know, if we get married, my career will always come, and you will come second and kids will come forward, and he said to me. Well, that's okay. Because the kids will cover you'll come second because you will always take care yourself, which is true. We'll come third and we had the best marriage. Putting each other second. But we were up front about everything, and we s laughed together. We had fun together. People. You have collard kids all the time. You know, they got Dr. But and we were so different. I mean, you couldn't have got do more different people different backgrounds different every, but we really had a great marriage. So I think you know, it's again being realistic about what you want and what you're ready to bring to a relationship. And so what happens if you do all of that and the sky, and the guy still doesn't do what you want him to do. Then then what happens? Well, there's the thing. Here's here's what happened. So many times not all the time. But this is a very of usual kind of scenario is that a woman has her list of what she wants. And so she goes into a relationship looking for all those things in a man. So she goes she goes out on a date, and she's she's looking to confirm that this guy has all. So what she does. She has she imposes key projects these things onto him, which may or may not he may or may not have because she wants to see them. And so she sees them. You know, how that goes? And and then she gets into the relationship. And then she finds out that he's not that way at all..

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"carl young" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:40 min | 2 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Dream time talking about magic talking about Donald Trump, and whether or not a utilizes this type of quantum entanglement for his presidency. It's it's an amazing time to be alive. I believe because we're learning about this. And we're we're we're seeing being demonstrated in science is even trying to embrace it, even though they don't wanna tell you. They're embracing. It was the halfway point between magic and science. I think what do you think? Yeah. Well, like, I was saying the founding fathers of quantum physics are basically saying that quantum physics is magic. And you know, that we via our consciousness that we're actually, you know, we have an influence on the way this world manifest, and that's radical because you know, I mean, it can change one person's life if they really take in what quantum physics is showing us. But when more and more of us actually have that realization and connect with each other and get an alignment with each. Other. We can literally change change the dream changed the waking dream, and that's and that's what this is about it. That's kind of why I was like I just made reference a little while ago. That quantum physics is like, this spiritual treasure like in Tibetan Buddhism. There's a tradition that there are these enlightening treasures that the great enlightened energy hid in the field in the cosmos and certain people are have a destiny to discover them at exactly the right moment when that teaching or blessed object when it's needed, and it's kind of think about it like the that the that the the cosmos is is secreting this vitamin or this mineral right when it's needed to get people back into balance. What I'm pointing out in the book is that quantum physics is a modern day spiritual treasure that we as a species have dreamed up to help us to wake up to who we are. And to the dreamlike nature of reality is life changing, it just adds more to the knowledge of it. I have to just say if I were to like not at it myself. The the revelations immersion quantum physics. It's the second coming. It's the philosopher's stone. It's the holy grail. We should all be on the rooftop screaming. And you know, when it's available freely offered to us by the universe. And so few people really understand what it's actually showing us. But that's what I'm trying to get out that it's actually it's the solution. I want people want your listeners to hear this. The revelations emerging from quantum physics are the it's the solution to the world crisis. I remember it was when the matrix was released. I remember watching the film, and I'm thinking to myself, why does this film touched me so much right? And why did he touched so many people, right? Okay. And you know, I don't know if anybody remembers, but I remember the matrix came out people were watching like three or four times going to theaters watching it five six with Star Wars came out Star Wars speaks to me in a way that no other movie has it took basic things like from Joseph Campbell in the power of myth and using eastern philosophies to bring us back in line with things we already understood deep down in our unconscious mind tapping into what union call what Carl young at call the archetypes or the or whatever. And and I think the matrix did it too. But it kind of opens us up to the idea again of simulation. And the idea that things can be simulated. And we can we can actually be beguiled into thinking that we're a part of something that is natural. And organic when reality it is synthetic or that it's an illusion. And that when you see the reality, the reality is a lot more mundane, and you have to remember that the illusion is what keeps us going, and we even want more allusion Alba creating hyper reality virtual reality. Video games. And which makes us wonder if we're part of some video game where like partisans Tapia or or simulation aliens or God or somebody is watching us and every once in a while they pull a page out of the book. And that's where big cataclysms happens where people die or win. The matrix has to somehow be torn apart sliced diced and glued back together again to make it work. Right. Well, what that makes me think of in quantum physics? They're basically saying that what we thought of as being, you know, whatever like physical reality is actually like being in Plato's cave. And we're just we're seeing the shadows. On the wall cast by the light outside and thinking, the shadows or the reality and quantum physics is more and more beginning to turn and face. The actual this source of the shadows. Which is the light of consciousness, right? And that's actually inside of us. And so and that's just like completely. That's a game changer go to Steven calling from Quebec Canada. Hi, Steve you're on ground zero with Paul Levy. Hey, how are you? Good. So I've been I came across an article from Stephen Hawkins' talking about his final book, which talks about time travel and how it's going to one day be possible. And. When you really wrap your head around that then you'd have to believe that if time travel one day, we'll be possible that the future exists at the present time and. The future exists at the present time. That's pretty scary. Because then our future. Exist such present time. And here's the mind-boggling. Stephen various futures exists to the present time. Is that blow your mind, I mean presence and various futures and various pasts. And if I could say that quantum physics is pointing out you see before quantum physics physicists thought. Oh, if we had enough information we could we could figure out what the future was going to be. But quantum physics and saying no, it doesn't work like that. It's not deterministic its probabilistic. So like, CLYDE is saying there's all these potential futures. And think about like an attractor that we're being attracted into one of them. But we actually have a choice of, you know, each moment, we're choosing how we're how we're interpreting the waking ink blot, what is the meaning replacing on it, and that's deterrent. That's actually influencing out of those those infinite futures, which one is gonna actually manifest see trends are predicted primarily I mean when you're trend when you're predicting transfer predicting teachers there are done primarily on bent ratio. Meaning that how things go in history are how they're going to go in the future, but they're bent a little bit. It's like I was talking the other night or. I think it was last night about generational theory. And the idea that there's this eighty year cycle. There was these guys this idea of eight year cycle, and I was talking about how you know eighty years ago. What was happening in the news is that we were coming out of a depression. Orson Welles was on the radio telling people that the martians were invading, and we were on the verge of World War. Okay. Here. We are eight years later. You know, we we we seem to be heading towards another economical economic program problem. We're on the verge war any day. Now, we're told we're gonna be worry any day now. And he just announced the memorial could have been a million spacecraft. So it's kinda the same. But it's different in some way. It's like history Ryan's it doesn't necessarily repeat itself. But it rhymes in a very good way. Which means that there's an echo in transition is seems to have this quantum ability to spread out and be a little different bend a little different. And and that's what makes it interesting. It's kinda like groundhog day. But we don't seem to pick up on. You know, the loops the the Moebius strip the win. So would you say that? The exit curly at the president. That means the Pat also the presence of the past president future all exist and all at the same time. So that I could almost say that you know, it's finite. Since since. It's not it's not finite. If you once again is policy and I'm saying it's not by ninety. If you believe that the the multi-diverse is like you look at a loaf of bread and everyb- bread slices on top of one another and each time the effect one another. So I mean like there there are possible pass possible presence and possible possible futures they're happening simultaneously. And it, you know, whatever it's like out on story the arena book, whatever choices you make it eventually aligns itself. That's why I'm thinking about this guy who was at that bar who was wounded in Las Vegas and thirteen months later, he was killed eighty deeds. It's kind of a strange way that the the universe kind of corrects itself. Synchronous cities are almost glitches potentially in. Maybe some future is trying to correct the current president. And and win a moment. Like that happens. There's we all get some kind of synchronicity or or that kind of could be a defect or assign a clue a signature. I don't know. I know I say it's a sign poster reported, what do you say, Paul? Yeah. Well, for me, a the I think of it almost like there's like this this crack in the facade and a deeper underlying reality in which everything is is not separate everything is one in hall actually is coming through. And we get a glimpse of that. And you know, but the whole point is is that that can actually happen more and more often or it might even be happening all the time. And we just don't notice it. It has I mean in order for synchronous to happen. We have to pay attention to it has to have meaning otherwise, no one cares. And let's see this does have. Meaning I believe because like I said we should be paying attention to what happened at that bar. And look at the Portuguese, and that synchronised these and the numbers not from a sense that it was carried out by some magician. But the sense that somehow the universe tries to correct itself. And and being a fourteen I I tend to lean on the cosmic trickster. And now, they're always seems to be this confidence. Trickster that's running everything behind the scenes, whether you call it, the devil, or whatever you call it. It's still an amazing idea and a powerful force that brings opposition all things whereas down and sometimes makes a stronger, so we have to learn from these experiences rather than repeating them. And that's that's the whole point of it. I think and if I had one thing about that that the people who were playing the roles there in a way just pawns, you know, in the hands of the deeper type, that's that's actually configuring the events. Yeah. And you talked about the darker archetypes to right? He said that they were dark archetypes that we we also have a rounded. I've good thing about art dairy there bi-polar talking about bipolar. They're bipolar. They have a shadow side and a light side, and how they manifest it's a function of how how we going to dream it, which which brings us into the idea of dual ISM and people always say, well, you know, you always have to be good, but you have to balance it you have to balance would be console. Chaos with the order in order for you to have a rich live, a spiritual life in a in a life. That's it's free of of a heartache and pain. I mean, heartache and pain are parts of the human condition. And if we didn't have it we wouldn't understand love. We wouldn't understand pleasure. We would understand all that stuff. That's what makes beautiful. It's not about. You know, say your prayers. Do your chores go to work every day. There's something about it, a spiritual level if you edify yourself at a spiritual way, you will have wonderful things happen to you. And and and it's just the idea that you have to believe that the manifestation will happen. And I think a lot of people believe that's been magical thinking, why would you say that, you know, I, well, the thing is, you know, I mean, it can you know, I mean, there is definitely something called called magical thinking, but you know, what you were saying, I think is true in the sense that if somebody is in alignment with themselves and really coming from an open, heart and compassion. You know, that I think that makes it way more probable that. They're going to have events happen in their life. That are going to reflect adding then I'm going to expire. Press that sense of love and compassion that they're embodying something to be said about Sonics. I mean, I've I've seen it how it operates Sonics is. You know, the big kind of K called the science of wishful thinking, I don't think there's wishful thinking in at all. I mean, people who do martial arts to say on the reason why I think in west, plus the bricks with their heads and not feel pain, and it has to do when you have intention like when you have you place, your your your atention, and you have intention, and and there's a certain alignment with you know, if you're really feeling that. And you know, there's an incredible power to that. Because then what happens you're becoming. You're offering yourself as an instrument for something deeper to come through. I was talking to people. They always say remain that dole bad story that we hear urban legend about the woman who's driving in her car. She gets in an accident car falls on kid. And so she lifts the car up in the kid goes to safety and she puts the car back down. Again, they say you see adrenalin. That's what it was the adrenaline had her lift the car real. Yeah. But what captured from breaking her bones Ceylon IX? But. Break your bones, manipulating the quantum. And the thing about quantum bits pointing out that the that each moment the act of perceiving is creative. It's the whole idea of you know, when we're observing the universe. We're influencing the universe that we're observing what that means is that we're perceiving something it's not a passive act that we're just seeing something out there. And we're like oh on I'm just having awareness of it. No, the act of actually having awareness of something. It's creative. We're actually creating via the act of our of our observation, and.

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"carl young" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"How to use symbol to engage in relationship with the subconscious mind. Wonderful wonderful. What comes to my mind is when you mentioned. Symbols is the fact that, you know, the ancient in different civilizations around the word when they had their texts or hymns even in India when they were acting the way does most of it was symbolic language. Right. Most of it was in terms of metaphors as hymns that represent stand for something. But it seems like someone historians have interpreted them literally and trying to put them in words. But instead they were images, and they were symbols, and they will metaphors. Well, that's true. And that's why again, we Okara young a great data. Thanks in in the west of because he helped us understand the power of archetypes the power of collective structures of imagination and energy within each person. You know, the man has an aspect of the king and the warrior and the magician and the lover and the woman has the Queen and the Amazon which will be the feminine warrior, and and the crown which is the wisdom place, and then the lover, and that when we when we really understand what the power of metaphor is you remember metaphor in the Greek meta going beyond for means that the purpose of the metaphor is to is to communicate something to our depth that are that are conscious mind can't grasp. So, you know, like, you said the stories in the Vega's, or, you know, some of the Greek mythology or even want to tread on on on too sensitive ground here. But you know, issue images of Jesus being raised from the dead. You know, these metaphorical Richard Rohr who's on renowned author said that all religions metaphor yet. In other words, it's trying to use the the depths that comes from the subconscious from the symbolic world, yet give us a vehicle so that we can understand it transformationally. Wonderful. And also, you know Joseph Campbell is one of my favorite favorite authors. And I think he was also inspired by our friends with Carl young. And he said something along the lines of MIT, which is metaphor it. So you said mitt is the is the tin wheel that separates the known world the reality that we see in Sierra's from the hidden word, so to speak, which guessing is the subconscious mind, if it is again, Richard again, would one say that everything in the bible is true. Even the things that seemed to us to be a logical entrees that everything in the bible is true rice. And some of it actually happened. So in other words, the point is of scriptures across the world day, the aligned view of scriptures across the traditions. Whether's, you know, Hindu scriptures Jewish scriptures Christian scriptures Islamic scriptures. Is that they all are metaphor that point us to a transcend other that we connect through the field through the subconscious mind says we're getting us back on track. Here got it got it got. So I mean, DMZ you shared as you spoke about about the concept of used days as a way to back. We spoke about the idea that the body always wants to be back in equilibrium. Right. So you've written about the two functions within our nervous system that helps maintain this equilibrium. Could you give us an overview of the sympathetic and the Patterson pathetic Nova system, please. And how they keep us safe and alive and how they work together. Well, and sometimes it over quite so well together and so. Number stand. Yeah. Very often when I do radio or television. People will ask me, do you have a closing suggestion? And and my aunt my answer often, his yes, please relax, and they and they kind of look at me. And and unless we've talked about it ahead of time in the pre interview it takes a little bit by mistake or by by unawares. But here's the thing. Among the many functions of our central nervous system. We have the sympathetic nervous system and the sympathetic nervous system. One of its roles is to protect us in case of danger. And we have nicknamed that function of the sympathetic nervous system the fight or flight syndrome. So if we turn the corner, and we're faced with the sabertooth tiger or gang members with guns or the loss of our income. Whatever it is automatically our mind goes into..

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"carl young" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on KSRO

"The administration of Carnivora on clinical signs and cats after the peach challenge with feline herpes virus want the clinical results of this study is at seventy five percent of the cats are no longer showed signs of their immune condition. This is fantastic news. It is being peer reviewed international journal. A double blind study to commence shortly will include cats and dogs you'd like to thank Michael Lapin Devi 'em for his undying assistance. We're also looking forward to the study with people in the United States. That's carnivore C A R N I V O, R A, Carnivora dot com. Call one eight six six eight three six eight seven three five that's one eight six six eight three. Six eight seven three five call today. Hey and welcome back to coast to coast. Kelly Sullivan Walden with us and your calls. You were talking about finding love in dreams. I remember somebody called our show several years ago, and he said he had a dream that he had met a girl. Industrym jump ahead in the real life. Now, he's at the airport and walking down the area in the airport by the little restaurants and stuff he sees the same girl in his dream. And he he had to go up to her, and he did and said excuse me, but. Are you? You're you're you're and she said you're the same one in my dream. Now what what causes that? Oh that is amazing. That is you know that special, and it's it's not completely rare. It I've I I've heard this I handle at times we've got stories like this. And what causes that I think, you know? I I think some people that might not have met otherwise that it would have passed by each other. They they're dreaming south. They're dreaming minds are smarter than they are. And they woke them up and told them, this is you're supposed to be with that they could fulfill their destiny, and I mean, I think there is this parallel plane that that we are on. And I think some people do dream about each other. There's another story in our chicken soup for the soul. Dreams unexplainable where there was a woman who who wasn't finding loves totally having a hard time. In the left department, but she had a really, dear friend. It was like a Siri Sally met, Harry, Harry met Sally, kind of a thing they were just buddies. But she had a dream where this friend of hers this man, they were Tango dancing in her living room. And he all of a sudden was very sexy to her. She was like, wow, I didn't never thought of him in that way. So she talks to him the next day and says, I'm barris to tell you this. But new said you had a dream. She's like, yes, he said where we dancing. Yes. Exact same dream and had the same experience of her and they decided to start dating and see if there was actually something. And there was this hidden chemistry that they didn't know they had and they're married and they're living happily ever after. And they would have missed each other. We're not for their dream. But it's so cool when people that never even known each other. See each other and have that spark of recognition because they paid attention to their dreams. It's it's amazing. I just think the universe is conspiring on behalf of our greatest joy, ultimately, it's conspiring. So it will bump us into the right person. We don't have to we don't have to worry. We're gonna find him. If we pay attention to our dreams. Let's go to the phones. Now, let's pick it up going to Joe in Long Island New York, east of the Rockies. Hey, joe. Yeah. Hi, Kelly, a couple of things I warm would be the IT era of some dream seem to present another person, it could be a female from a mouse point of view as like an alter ego. Yeah. Oh, that's that's actually very common. In fact, Carl young delete, great father of psychotherapy and Robert Johnson, some of the great that there are no longer with us physically. But they all said that we should look at everyone in our dream from the perspective. That they are all. And the women in a man's dream represent his soul. So it's believed that men have a female soul and women have a masculine soul feminine versus a masculine still. So if you are dreaming about a woman injured dream, one perspective is it's not necessarily literally a woman, although it may be, but it may be that you are having this courtship with your own beautiful soul. And it's and it's rich in an amazing. And when you wake up, and you're feeling really happy. You don't have to feel sad that it was just a dream. And where is she? It's you could you could get a sense that she's inside of you. It's within you. And you are now in touch with it. So I think that's a great question. Not a lot of people are open to seeing it that way forever dream where you wake up crying Kelly. Oh, yeah. What causes that? Oh, it's great. The best catharsis ever. I mean, some people. I mean, I've had I've had dreams with the pillow is drenched where it's either sadness or joy I woke up actually, here's one. This is a crazy phenomenon. I was swimming with dolphins in the stream, and I became a dolphin in the dream. And it was so ecstatic because as I felt like I was a dolphin and swimming with these with these other dolphins I felt like oh my God. I didn't have the shackles of being human of being so clunky. And klutzy we were so fluid, and I was crying tears of joy, literally, my teller was soaked. And the next day. I couldn't see because my contacts were so blurry because I sleep with my contact. So I took them out put in a new pair. But my my contacts were still couldn't see I went to the eye doctor, and I thought that my eyes must have just gotten worse and I needed a stronger prescription. But it was the opposite. I had improved. I had to get a new prescription. But a better improved. I haven't normally have a negative point four. These I have now I have negative point three after having that dream of this. Great emotional. That's strange. Yeah. How do you explain that? I don't know. But I I feel like that dream helped me too. Was like I saw something that gave me a sense of how to be more fluid in my life. And because of that that insight I feel like my outer site improved. I think there's always a corollary between what happens in a dream. And if something emotionally gets gets released or were able to get some kind of insight, then it's going to show up it's going to manifest physically in some way. So that was that was very strange the eye. Doctor said that he had never seen that. He's never seen anybody's is ever get better. We're supposed to get worse as we age. But, but that's you know, that's just the story that we've been told. It's I think we could change that story. If enough of us believe that we could get better over time and not worse. Let's go to cat in Detroit. Michigan cat. Go ahead. Hi. So first time caller, and it's really cool talking about dreams, and I've always been really interested in dreams. My latest stream I actually had that. I can remember was really strange was that I I work with like meat and seafood. So like, I'm used to seeing fish cut up and got a dead fish. I had a dream with my grandmother. And she was my grandmother still living like grandfathers, but I was in my room, my old bedroom, and my parents house, and he's fish. He was showing me these gutted fish for market. And she told me you can put them in water, and they can still breathe, and then these fish, they started breathing after she put him in water, and it was like really strange and just. You're talking about dreams. And I my first time calling into the show. I hardly ever. Listen. I kind of just now found the show, but. Well, keep us on your dial cat. Sure Detroit's my hometown. Did you know that? No, I didn't know cool raised in Dearborn heights and what the school in Dearborn. Wow. I didn't know that. That's so my sister lives out there. My sister's not in Dearborn. But right outside of Detroit. I'm really close to their porn. That's so cool. Have you go check in on my mom once in a while. Tweet. Well, this should we talk about this dream, I go ahead symbolism. I mean in and yes, you do work with fish. So I know that there's that there's that element of it. But there's I think anything in the dream that has to do with water and fish. I was just talking about dolphins. I think they relate to the feminine principle. They relate to the the part of us that can flow. And if there's some part of us that is chopped up. I feel like that's a symbol of of our femininity or emotional aspect not necessarily being in in flow. But I think your grandfather was talking to you about how to get back and forth. Get back in the water. Get back into your emotions steal your feeling. So to me, I would I would think that there's the literal part. And also the part about the emotions that I would take. Well, how about that cat that works out for you? Let super Robert truck driving in Virginia. Welcome to the show. I robert. Oh, hello. I got through pretty quick. Sure. I know I have a question for you. I I've been having these dreams for quite a long while now, I guess a little bit of background. What do you go swimming? How you kick your feet when you slam? Yeah. Well, it's like say I'll be walking down the street or I'll just be like in a store or something. And I'll keep my feet I and I'll start flying over people. Overstaying or like, let's say if I'm in traffic, I kick my feet, and I'll let about vehicles. And just fly place. I'm old go you high maybe twenty thirty feet. But the thing is it's like nobody's going to look at that. It's like. I'm the only one doing it. But no one is like responding like. Wow. Look at that. So these these custom flying things. I'll fly high as the clouds, but I have no control over how fast I'm going a turnaround. Like, it's like oh have to go pretty far before I can turn around and jump to a stop. Oh my direction I want to go. I'm trying to figure out why you know, what what's going on with that. Then, you know, the kicking your feet flying over people's houses and people's cars, and then in grocery stores, and I think this is awesome. Well, any dream where there's flight involved is usually to me, it symbolizes that you're able to lift above the constraints of the normal reality that that might confined, you the might hold you back. So you're finding away. I think the difference between a regular kind of flight where you dislike a bird soaring versus the kicking part. Is that you're doing something you're having to generate it you're having to make it happen? You're having to kick it into gear. So you're responsible for it. So I feel like you've got some control over your ability to do this. And you're not going so far so fast, so high that you're out of control, you're you're kind of in the driver's seat in a sense. So to me, this is a dream..

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"carl young" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"What is your take on Nastro logical basis for significant dates in religious stories. Example, Christian religion is a parody on the worship of the sun. Certainly not a parody. Religion, religious systems as the expand tend to incorporate everything that's quasi religious in the culture. And there's certainly no shortage of solar symbolism in Christianity. Mean it's not fluke that that Christ is the son, and there are twelve disciples just like they're twelve ouster logical houses, and it's not fluke that. The birth of Christ takes place sensually at at the same time as as as the shortest day of the year in the rebirth of the sun, all of these things lineup. Now, whether that synchronicity or whether it's the attempt by the collective imagination of human beings to align everything under a single truth, that's a very difficult thing to say or maybe there's a single truth at work, but the idea that Christian religion is a parody on the worship of the sun is not is definitely not the case. It's more like it's incorporated elements of the worship of the sun over thousands and thousands of years. And that's a very complicated issue. If you're interested, not you could read. I on a book by Carl young which is like the most terrifying book I've ever read. And so you could. There's a deeper analysis of the relationship between our two logical speculation and the emergence of complex religious stories. So. My brother twenty nine is.

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"carl young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Welcome back Dr l. said Haas with us us and I did not ask you about the ancient practice of alchemy and how that relates to healing You looked at that love, it you know l. alchemy was. Originally it's a pre cursor of chemistry and it was of changing metals. Into gold, and and achieving the philosopher's stone which is, kind of life's perfection but you really. The the area that interests me was Carl Young's work I mean as I started to explore healing and medicine I realize the psyche was so important and, so the idea of the chemistry, and it, really is a model in my in my understanding and writing about it, is that when we become ill there's usually a conflict disconnect between you know are are. Masculine and feminine or the part of, this wants. To do and the part of us, wants to be and they've all and the alchemist the chemistry we're trying to reconnect about young ROY What about us, that we have a conscious subconscious conflict going on and that we really want to achieve that harmony and that was the whole idea we, did about, guided imagery and, looking at your dreams and and. Achieving like what's what's the balance, here and so I love reading, about and has worked in the mystical marriage which is the unification of the, of all parts of us basically. Yeah the mystical marriage go back it goes back to religious times with. You know, married to Christ in the whole idea but, really from the psycho emotional side than. What young wrote about this reuniting as I said all all the factions are particular masculine and feminine earlier he talked about our anima and animus are conscious, of some conscious so it's really, about that, healing where we feel at unity and it is a sense of peace, instead of fighting and I encourage I talked to a lot of my patients about relationships. And love and yeah we in my A new, medicine book I have? This whole section my favorite piece I wrote is on how it's, called the art and practice of peacefully not getting. Along so how do you really. You know have disagreements with your significant other your spouse your kids or your, co workers and not come? From a defensive attack mode but more from a sense of how do, we really listen to each other how do we really respect each, other, you know it's, it's not. Much different than a doctor patient relationship, which I, write about new medicine also about you, know respect for people's time and they're thinking you know finding someone that you. Have a synchronous, belief system with that you feel comfortable working with. So you know not everybody has that experience in medicine as as hard. Because you're on your insurance.

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"carl young" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome, back Dr l. said Haas with us and I did not ask you about the ancient practice of alchemy and how that relates to healing You looked at that love it you know, l. alchemy was originally it's a, pre cursor of chemistry and it was the idea of changing metals. Into gold, and and achieving the philosopher's stone which is, kind of life's perfection but really the. The area that interests me was Carl Young's work I mean as I started to explore healing and medicine I realize the psyche was so important and so, the idea of the chemistry and it, really is, a model in my in my understanding and writing about it is that when, we become ill there's usually a conflict a disconnect between you know are are masculine and. Feminine under the part of this, as wants to do and the part of, us wants to be and they've all and the alchemist the chemistry we're trying to reconnect and young Wrote about is that we have a conscious subconscious conflict going on and that we really want to achieve that harmony and that was, the whole, idea, we did about guided imagery and. Looking at your dreams and achieving, like what's what's out a balance, here and so I love reading about and has worked in the mystical marriage which is, the unification of the of all, parts of us basically the mystical marriage go back it goes back. To religious, times with you know married to Christ and, the whole idea but really from the. Psycho emotional side and what young wrote about is this reuniting as I said all all the factions respect particular masculine feminine earlier you talked about our anima, and animus conscious of some conscious so, it's really, about that healing where we feel at unity and it is a sense of, peace instead of fighting and I encourage I talked to a lot of my patients about. Relationships and love and yeah we And my new medicine book I have. This whole, section My favorite pieces I wrote is on how it's. Called the art and practice, of peacefully, not getting along so how do, you really, you know, have disagreements with your significant other your spouse your kids or your, co workers and not come from a defensive attack mode but more from a? Sense of how do we really listen to each other how do? We really respect each other You know it's not much different, than a. Doctor patient relationship which I write about new medicine also about you know respect for people's time and they're, thinking you know finding? Someone that you have a synchronous sick belief system with that you feel comfortable working with so you know. Not everybody has that experience, in medicine, as hard because you're on your, insurance you, have.

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"carl young" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Some people it's not what if appropriate we can bring you not just back better never knew you could be and it worked and it's free for god's sakes it's free and and it saves healthcare dollars even if it weren't free just the diminished healthcare expenses on the other side are massive so stay tuned look for those podcasts and you'll hear about in the press someday soon we're gonna keep fighting that fights at origin it's the pendulum swing curiel agree and i'm sure you've heard from people that that it's also there's a spiritual aspect of medical science and tax dollars can't fund you know they can't reach that spiritual malady or that spiritual aspect of russell brand is phone of talking about russell i did a speech together we had a really impressed with him he's a good guy he understands his recovery and i will just say if it's something a little too goofy to talk about spirituality i would at least say that it is a large component addiction that is an interpersonal disease and it has an interpersonal solution and twelve step is fundamentally in interpersonal solution to this spiritual malady so it goes back to it goes back to carl young and bill w the founder of aa wing carl young father of inland psychology it's probably gonna take a spiritual awakening that's altruistic you do he did say that at any going back to that you know i think that in in our society when we talk about a spiritual wigging talk about medicine spirit like we we go straight to dogma or religion you don't necessarily have to be religious spiritual expiring is think it's all the it's all the personal plane that really goes down and it's relationships are magical and it's it's where people get well it's where like you said your sponsor sponsor sponsors that's the magic of what you're doing and jason i gotta move i appreciate your call and call time taught you talking to you so much your life in everything you've done.

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"carl young" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Already a legend it's you and i together just you and me george we're the only one it's just a it's a group thing and that's what i love about this is that you know carl young who did such great work and i'm a great admirer of his work the psychologist and psychoanalyst he he coined a term called the collective unconscious and the collective unconscious refers to this thing that we just kinda know as a species or born knowing it even if you don't have the words for it yet or otherwise he called them archetypes things like archetypes like the wise old man the great mother the shadow the these kinds of things that are just wired into our very dna and i feel like these are the the truths that that are in the very primal parts of who we are so when we hear these stories that relate to things like life after death or monsters or even aliens in ufo's it speaking to something deep inside of us that says okay this is at least a possible now for some of us it's very much a reality it's it's a it's been proven to the individual even if not the collective but there's some possibility in there and that's why the story resonates so the legend exists because it's a living breathing thing it cannot be argued if i say santa claus to you right now you've got a picture in your head if i say bigfoot you've got a picture in your head i don't have to say much more than that you know where he lives you know you know his his general habits even if i can't produce a live one or a dead one you have an understanding of what i'm talking about the same when i say ghost or grey alien you know what i'm talking about and it's because there's been enough experience collectively and enough people have talked about it that we have to wonder are all these people lying or all these people making this up together or is there something more to it and then when we add in your own personal experience as you get older when you see something you can't quite understand suddenly those legends really come alive recently came out with an audio book.

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"carl young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Okay welcome back to coast to coast linda solvent with us we'll get to your calls to linda have you always been spiritual oh no no no i wasn't i believe um i i'm jewish prodecures i believe that i have oh it how i'm saying like i said we all have been to which i'm sure uh my mom when i was little would have us got over hands of news and talk of god and thanks for the day and things like that but i've never really connected and i knew there was something out there but i didn't know what and if i got punishing grounded in high school i knew that i if i prayed long enough i could get out of been grounded in at work i don't know that up on but as far as you really understanding how it the pigments sulfoquinovose with the reality of birch quality and how it really went from my head to my heart and witnessing like with dr carl young had coined the term initially back in the early 1900s you don't have to count to witness the flow of life and i began to where like i would say earlier when when nobody like internet didn't exist when i was in a plane crash and i really had no place to go in even though of is an arabic ucla what really helped me to heal as i can go to believing that there's something out there i had to fight a god that i could think would help me and i started taping of like a carrot i can went looking for something at along the way all that happened in it i started to help people wants to calm down i would we're confident of the gift involved i wasn't psychic i didn't have the asians as a child i didn't have those kind of dreams is not a i ever invasion myself and and how it involved it happened and um i i don't know your story but when you were a kid you want be in faulted paranormal absolutely ever since i was eleven years old it out yup i added out about a experience at eleven bouncing on the sea leanlooking done it my body ram me back into my body and.

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"carl young" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To coast listeners tonight we'll tell you how you can access that is well when we come back we'll continue to delve into leaning full coincidences as carl young called them we call them synchronicity s stay with us right here on coast to coast am these and with brace i'm bill lively 24hour kfi three counties say nothing valid signatures have been gathered to trigger a recall action that could remove southern california senator from office counts released friday show recall proponents of collected more more than those sixty three thousand signatures needed to recall democratic senator josh newman of fullerton the move could end the democratic super majority in the california legislature a new poll says the majority of young women seek the advice of their fathers over their mother's about romantic relationships and sex bill out 'but with the national campaign to prevent teen an unplanned pregnancy says the challenges that the majority of fathers they surveyed have real doubts about the influence they have on their daughters views of these topics starters in this day and age and the 21st century when when the sexual landscape look little more and a like a blur of bare midriff many dads they really can make a difference albert says it's important to convince fathers that when it comes to their daughters decisions about relationships in sex they matter more than they think kfi's ready for some football today charges and saints get together at five pm tonight on kfi pregame coverage gets under her way at one pm both teams come in oh and one traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center worked zone revere on.

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"carl young" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"And college cafeterias looking to exercise their demons and a baptism of innocent blood when the impossible and unthinkable happens in a random deliverer of death arrives at your debt doorstep are you going are you going to be sitting on the kerb or are you going to be the hero as i say join getty's joins me in hours three and four and he'll be here to explain how not to be the sheep waiting to be slaughtered but rather the lion that roars in defiance synchronicity one of my favorite words one of my favorite topics of discussion it was coined by swiss psychologist carl young boil down to his essence synchronicity means meaningful coincidence young's belief was that just as events may be connected by 'cause aladi they may all also be connected by meaning young used the concept to try to justify the paranormal a believer in the paranormal arthur kessler wrote extensively on sick synchronicity in his nineteen 72 book the roots of coincidence an example since abraham lincoln the great emancipator is me very much fraud and center in discussions once again a classic example of synchronicity involving the future 16th and first republican president of the united states when abraham lincoln was a young man he knew of some one in financial difficulties who had to sell all of his belongings to survive being a compassionate sort of man lincoln bought a barrel from his friend for one dollar as for the barrel he had no idea what was inside any simply put it into storage years later lincoln wasn't sure which path to take in life either journalism more the legal profession while thinking about his future he came across the barrel again and decided to see what was actually inside in the barrel was a set of law blocks he took this to be a sign and chose the law profession which in turn led to politics and eventual presidency synchronicity meaningful coincidence my guest in hours one and two is an inventor living in spokane washington he's been on the show before discussing his advanced plasma ignition system and he delights in up ending conventional wisdom in the.

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"carl young" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on KELO

"And college cafeterias looking to exercise their demons in a baptism of innocent blood when the impossible and unthinkable happens in a random deliverer of death arrived your debt doorstep are you going are you going to be sitting on the kerb or are you going to be the hero as i say john getty's joins me in hours three and four and he'll be here to explain how not to be the sheep waiting to be slaughtered but rather the lion that roars in defiance synchronicity and one of my favorite words one of my favorite topics of discussion it was coined by swiss psychologist carl young boil down to his essence synchronicity means meaningful coincidence young's belief was that just as events may be connected by 'cause aladi they may also be connected by meaning young used the concept to try to justify the paranormal a believer in the paranormal arthur kessler wrote extensively on sick synchronicity in his nineteen 72 book the roots of coincidence an example since abraham lincoln the great emancipator izmit very much front and center in discussions once again o'clock lassic example of synchronicity involving the future 16th and first republican president of the united states when abraham lincoln was a young man he knew of someone in financial difficulties who had to so all of his belongings to survive being a compassionate sort of man lincoln bought a barrel from his friend for one day collar as for the barrow he had no idea what was inside any simply put it into storage years later lincoln wasn't sure which path taken life either journalism or the legal profession while thinking about his future he came across the barrel again and decided to see what was actually inside in the barrel was a set of law blocks he took this to be a sign and chose the la profession which in turn led to politics and eventual presidency synchronicity meaningful coincidence my guest in hours one and two is an inventor living in spokane washington he's been on the show before discussing his advanced plasma ignition system and he delights in up ending conventional wisdom in the orthodoxy surrounding various laws of physics six.

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"carl young" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"carl young" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"To exercise their demons in a baptism of innocent blood when the impossible and unthinkable happens in a random deliverer of death arrives your debt doorstep are you going are you going to be sitting on the kerb or are you going to be the hero as i say john getty's joins me in hours three and four and he'll be here to explain how not to be the sheep waiting to be slaughtered but rather the lion that roars in defiance synchronicity one of my favorite words one of my favorite topics of discussion it was coined by swiss psychologist carl young boil down to his essence synchronicity means meaningful coincidence young's belief was that just as events may be connected by 'cause aladi they may all also be connected by meaning young use the concept to try to justify the paranormal a believer in the paranormal arthur kessler wrote extensively on sick synchronicity in his nineteen 72 book the roots of coincidence an example since abraham lincoln the great emancipator is me very much fraud and center in discussions once again a classic example of synchronicity involving the future 16th and first republican president of the united states when abraham lincoln was a young man he knew of some one in financial difficulties who had to so all of his belongings to survive being a compassionate sort of me an lincoln bought a barrel from his friend for one dollar as for the barrel he had no idea what was inside any simply put it into storage years later lincoln wasn't sure which path taken life either journalism more the legal profession while thinking about his future he came across the barrel again and decided to see what was actually inside in the barrel was a set of law blocks he took this to be a sign and chose the law profession which in turn led to politics and eventual presidency synchronicity meaningful coincidence my guest in hours one and.

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